Mahmoud Tageldin Mustafa Mohamed

Dr. Mahmoud Tageldin Mustafa Mohamed Specialist Emergency Medicine

Years of Experience : 23

Nationality : Sudan

Languages Known : Arabic, English



Dr. Mahmoud Tageldin Mustafa Mohamed is an Emergency Physician at Burjeel Hospital, Abu Dhabi. He has worked in Sudan, the United Arab Emirates, and Saudi Arabia for over 23 years. He received his medical Degree (MBBS) in 1989 from the Faculty of Medicine, University of Khartoum, Sudan. He received his Membership from the Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland, and the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (in Accident & Emergency Medicine and Surgery). Additionally, he earned a European Master of Disaster Medicine and a European Resuscitation Council Fellowship. He is the Organizer/Director of European Resuscitation Council (ERC) courses, an Instructor, and an Instructor Trainer for BLS, ILS, ALS, ETC, EPALS, and GIC. He is also the Organizer/Coordinator of ERC courses in Sudan and the United Arab Emirates and the Course Director and Instructor for MIMMS, the ALS Group’s Major Incident Medical Management and Support Course. He began his career in Sudan in 1990 as an intern at Khartoum North Teaching Hospital and later became the Medical Officer at Kordofan State’s Um. Ruwaba Hospital and then the Chief of the Um. Ruwaba health area’s health team. Until 1994, he worked as an Emergency Department and Surgical Resident at Khartoum Teaching Hospital and Khartoum North Teaching Hospital. He moved to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in 1995 to work as an Emergency Physician and Family Physician at the Health Directorate of Asir Region, Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Health, until 1999. He was the Head of the Emergency and Surgical Department at Jubail General Hospital in Saudi Arabia until 2006, when he relocated to the United Arab Emirates to pursue a career in emergency medicine at Al Rahba Hospital in Abu Dhabi. He joined the ADNOC group in 2013 and served as the Team Leader of Zirku Medical Centre and ADNOC Offshore Medical Service until 2018, when he transferred to Burjeel Hospital in Abu Dhabi.

Awards & Achievements

  • President-Elect of the Sudanese Resuscitation Society
  • President of the Sudan Resuscitation Council
  • Founder & Past-Director of Human Resuscitation Organization (Human Resus)
  • Member of the ERC-General Assembly Member, Permanent Representative of Sudan in the ERC
  • Member of the ERC-ALS Science & Education Committee (SEC-ALS)
  • Past Member of the ETC International Course Management Committee (ETC-CMC)

Research & Publications

  • Preliminary Evaluation of Emergency and Disaster Preparedness in Sudan, Khartoum State, Mentor: Prof. Samuel J. Stratton, MD, MP, Disaster Medical Sciences, Center University of California, Irvine, Orange, California USA
  • Students’ attitudes towards BLS/AED training: results from a survey of Sudan Resuscitation Council Courses participants. Mahmoud Tageldin Mustafa, Ileana Lulic, Mohamed K.E.Mustafa, Salma Shammet, Ksenija Bazdaric, Ayman Nasr, Resuscitation. September 2016 Volume 106, Supplement
  • Teaching medical and dental students: BLS/AED: What is still missing? Ayman Nasr, Mahmoud Mustafa, Tarig Hummaida, Salma Shammet, Mohamed Mustafa, Anita Lukic, Ileana Lulic. Resuscitation. September 2016 Volume 106, Supplement
  • Communication in Disaster Medicine: Module for the European Master in Disaster Medicine. Gamal Abbas, Mahmoud T Mustafa
  • Transformation from “trauma is easy - trauma teams are hard” dogmatic vision: successful implementation of the innovative
  • horizontal team approach to trauma patient management. New study, with the group from the TDC-MOHAP of United Arab Emirates. Ileana Lulic, Saqr AlHemeiri, Khalil Qayed, AlAnood Bin Sulaiman, Dinka Lulic, Mahmoud Mustafa, Ayman Nasr
  • Critical emergency medicine trauma team simulation training programmes as a pathway towards secure access to early vital
  • function expertise: A crisis of faith? Euroanaesthesia 2019 – The European Anaesthesiology Congress, Vienna 2019
  • Abstract book, Vienna, Austria, 2019. – accepted for publication, Lulic I, AlHemeiri S, Bin Sulaiman A, Jaafer AS, Lulic D, Mustafa Mustafa
  • A journey of ‘trauma is easy – trauma teams are hard’ pendulum: an innovative pathway of horizontal team approach to trauma patient management. Resuscitation 2018 – New Technologies in Resuscitation, Bologna 2018. Resuscitation 130S(2018)e79. Abstract book, Bologna, Italy, 2018. Lulic I, AlHemeiri S, Qayed K, Bin Sulaiman A, Lulic D, Mustafa Mahmoud, Nasr A.
  • Implementing ERC ALS courses to strengthen emergency care in developing countries Peter Kavuma 1, Jan Wnent , Mahmoud Tageldin, Mustafa, Tanya M. Esposita, Abdelhameed Elbushra Mohamed, Johannes Pranghofer, Ines Voigt, Klaus Meyer
  • Contribution in 2019 Edition of Official ETCO Mannual ‘European Trauma Course – The Team Approach’ by Mike Davis et al